Planned Giving makes a lasting impact on the lives of people with disabilities. In 1976 the United States celebrated its bicentennial, NASA introduced the first space shuttle, and Joanne Siebern began attending Brevard Achievement Center’s (BAC) Adult Day Training (ADT) program in Rockledge. Although Joanne passed away a few years ago, her legacy lives on.

Thanks to careful and well thought out estate planning, Joanne was able to bequeath a $100,000 unrestricted gift to BAC. In honor of her decades’ long dedication to BAC, agency leadership decided to use a good portion of Joanne’s gift to renovate the ADT program’s Classroom 6. The room’s makeover included the addition of cabinets for storage, new floor tile, a new glass door and window to make the room brighter and add more light. In addition, the agency added two new Apple computers and several iPads.

Planned Giving with BAC

Joanne’s family understood the importance of giving back. She chose to do so through careful estate planning. As a result, BAC was one of three organizations to receive a gift from the Siebern estate.

If you plan to create an estate plan, we hope that you will consider making a lasting and meaningful impact with a gift to BAC. And, while there are planned giving vehicles for all income levels, please contact your financial advisor and/or estate attorney before deciding which vehicle is right for you.

Joanne loved coming to BAC every day. Habilitation management and staff feel she would be overjoyed at the improvements BAC was able to make as a result of her thoughtful gift.

A Gift That Lasts a Lifetime

BAC’s unparalleled services are truly unlike anything found across the state, giving people with disabilities the opportunity to achieve personal success and become a contributing member to their community. Please choose to give to BAC. #powerofBAC

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